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Popular Attractions in United States

If you're a first time visitor to United States, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions in United States.

What are some good attractions in United States?

Here are some of the most recommended attractions in United States.

Central Park
14 E. 60th St New York, NY

(212) 310-6600
Golden Gate Bridge
Golden Gate Bridge San Francisco, CA

(415) 921-5858
High Line Park
210 10th Avenue New York, NY

(212) 500-6035
Pike Place Market
85 Pike St Seattle, WA

(206) 682-7453
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 5th Ave New York, NY

(212) 535-7710
Golden Gate Park
John F Kennedy Dr & Transverse Dr San Francisco, CA

(415) 831-2700
Hearst Castle
750 Hearst Castle Rd San Simeon, CA

(805) 927-2093
Golden Gate National Recreation Area San Francisco, CA

(415) 705-1042
Fisherman's Wharf
Jefferson St. & Taylor St. San Francisco, CA

(415) 674-7503
Statue of Liberty
Liberty Island New York, NY

(212) 561-4500
Union Square
San Francisco, CA
Santa Monica Pier
100 Santa Monica Pier Santa Monica, CA

(310) 458-8901
Millennium Park
201 E Randolph St Chicago, IL

(312) 829-1100
Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge New York, NY
San Francisco Chinatown
922 Jackson St San Francisco, CA

(888) 212-3203


Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:

"I would recommend Citibike over the rentals you see around Central Park as the citibikes seem to be better maintained."  See More

"Then on to Bodega Bay for whale watching (peak season is from January to May) and seafood, before driving across the Golden Gate Bridge into San Francisco."  See More

"High Line Park - an elevated public park on a historic freight rail line."  See More

"We never miss the Seattle Art Museum when coming to town, the Monorail at Seattle Center takes you pretty close to Pike Place Market, and the SAM is just at one end near a great brewery called Pike Brewing Company - we love the food there, esp the seafood chowder!"  See More

"The Metropolitan Museum of Art- can't miss it!"  See More

"You can visit Muir Woods National Monument, Sausalito, Golden Gate Bridge, Chinatown San Francisco, North Beach, Golden Gate Park and all the highlights."  See More

"Hearst Castle - take the Grand Rooms tour and there are several campgrounds near the castle"  See More

"Although San Francisco is generally not a city for kids, Alcatraz is one of the coolest attractions in town for all ages."  See More

"Pier 39/Fisherman's Wharf is a must but don't forget the rest of the city."  See More

"See as much as possible-since you are at the south end of Manhattan, take the free ferry to Staten Island and go past the Statue of Liberty."  See More

"Union Square is a good place to base yourself."  See More

"Millennium Park, Maggie Daley Park Rock Climbing, and Grant Park are a nice walk, you can ice skate and take nice pictures, but I wouldn't spend more than an hour at any of the parks unless you are ice skating and drinking a hot chocolate."  See More

"I also recommend to walk Brooklyn Bridge, DUMBO, High Line Park on the Lower Manhattan."  See More

"Or take Muni through San Francisco Chinatown (streets might be too intense for a 2 year old)."  See More

Where can I find out more about United States?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about United States.

If you've changed your mind and decided to go somewhere else, go to the main page and explore where to stay in any city.

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